NEW ORLEANS – Texas State’s Sedrickia Wynn and Louisiana’s Jacqueline Pokuaah each earned the top 30 grades in the country to honor Sun Belt Women’s Indoor Track & Field Athletes of the Weekly.
Women’s Indoor Athlete of the Week
Sedrickia Wynn, State of Texas
(R-Sr., Sprints, Conyers, Ga.)
Bobcats redshirt senior Sedrickia Wynn set two school records in the 60m and 60m hurdles at the Red Raider Open in Lubbock, Texas, earning her Women’s Indoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week. She finished third in the 60m final with a time of 7.35 (second fastest in school history). In the final of the 60 meter hurdles she ran a best time of 8.14 and finished fourth. Wynn’s 60-meter time is first in the Sunbelt, fifth in the South-Central region, and T-28 fastest nationwide. Her 60-meter hurdle time is also first in the Sunbelt, second in the South-Central region, and T-8 in the nation.
Indoor Athlete of the Week for Women
Jacqueline Pokuaah, Louisiana
(Jr., jumps, Kumasi, Ghana)
Ragin Cajuns junior Jacqueline Pokuaah scored the second-best SBC mark in the women’s triple jump and was named Women’s Indoor Athlete of the Week. In her last attempt at the Vanderbilt Invitational on Saturday, she jumped 12.76 m (41-10.5) in the triple jump. She placed sixth overall at the meet and had the 21st best mark in the triple jump nationally.
2023 Sun Belt Women’s Indoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week
Week 1 – Miranda Stanhope, JMU
Week 2 – Sedrickia Wynn, State of Texas
2023 Sun Belt Women’s Indoor Athlete of the Week
Week 1 – Jada branch, app status
Week 2 – Jacqueline Pokuaah, Louisiana